Wednesday, July 1, 2020
Christmas In July Mini Sparkle Blends Release
Welcome to Christmas in July, Sparkle Blends style!
We are so excited to share our first ever Themed, Mini Release with you for July!
I've created 3 fantastic, traditional Christmas blends for you. Each one has its own unique look, while all coordinating nicely together in a collection of cards.
First, we have the super sweet, Merry Mint!
This traditional, holiday blend of red, white & green sequins, in a variety of sizes and finishes get a dose of whimsy with little pinwheel mints & candy canes--perfect for all of your sweet Christmas and holiday projects.
Second, comes Old St. Nick, right down the chimney!
This blend channels Santa's iconic red and white holiday wear with plenty of silver shine (because you know the big guy likes his bling!) Featuring Round, textured square, polka dot, star & glitter sequins with lots of little Fimo Santa heads & hats. For a little bit more fun, we added a few large red Santa sequins, great for use as embellishments in or out of your shakers. This blend is sure to fit every holiday need.
Last, but certainly not least, meet Oh Christmas Tree!
This green & gold blend is a more subtle holiday offering of flat square, flat round & cupped round sequins, with a sprinkle of gold stars in two sizes--finished with adorable fimo slice Christmas Trees, tiny gold frame gift packages & big holographic tree confetti, making it perfect for all of your holiday needs!
We hope you love these blends as much as we do & can't wait to see how you use them! Need a little inspiration? You got it!
We are thrilled to share that we will be teaming up with The Rabbit Hole Designs next week combining their July release with our new Sparkle Blends! They've got 2 awesome Holiday stamp sets, a candy twist die & brand new stencil to share this month, so this is going to be a collaboration you aren't going to want to miss!
We start sharing collab creations starting July 6th, so stay tuned!
Insider tip: Look for another Themed Release in the fall! Any guesses wheat it could be?
Have a Craft-tacular Day!